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Friday, 07 October 2022 04:38 GMT

British Airways employees to collect pay rise


(MENAFN) British Airways employees are going to collect a 13 percent pay rise after noteworthy job reduces brought on by the COVID-19 epidemic.

The arrangement was approved upon by the airline and the Unite union, which indicated up to 16,000 employee members ranging from cabin crew to baggage handlers as well as engineers.

As stated by Unite general secretary Sharon Graham “By standing strong with Unite, our members have compelled BA to table a pay rise that goes toward compensating for the pay cuts suffered during the pandemic.”

Adding that “There is still some way to go for workers at BA to trust this company again, given the hostile manner they conducted themselves during the pandemic. Once again, Unite’s focus on improving jobs, pay and conditions has delivered for our members.”

BA staff members of Unite had put the company under risk of a staff strike if their offers were not taken into consideration by the airline, however, last month, the union approved to an agreement with BA and averted industrial activity.

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